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The U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stevan Edward "Steve" Pearce (born August 24, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously held the seat from 2003 to 2009 and was an Assistant Minority Whip. Early life, education and career Pearce was born in Lamesa in Dawson County in west Texas but reared in Hobbs, New Mexico, where he currently resides with his wife, Cynthia. He attended college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, having earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics. Afterward, he received a Master of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. While at New Mexico State University, Pearce was elected president of the student body. He served in the Vietnam War as a C-130 ...
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Pearce Proposes Innovative Land-Use Legislation

Isn't it odd that mainstream news outlets like the Associated Press seem to ignore truly groundbreaking land-use legislation? Okay, maybe it's more predictable than odd! While Wilderness activist groups continue to push for legislation that would put more than two thirds of the public lands surrounding Las Cruces, New Mexico, into an outdated, restrictive designation (see Wilderness is a Child of the '60s That Never Grew Up article), a local Congressman has introduced a bill recognizing that "protection" does not mean locking the American public out of their lands. Congressman Steve Pearce ...

Let's not bail out the U.S. Postal Service

The United States Postal Service is about to default on its loan from the U.S. government. Many facilities, especially in rural areas of New Mexico, are faced with closure. Understandably, customers are frustrated and want to know how it got this bad in the first place. They deserve answers and they deserve solutions. USPS officials and some members of the various postal employee unions recently stated that they believe a piece of legislation, HR 1351 -- United States Postal Service Pension Obligation Recalculation and Restoration Act -- is the answer. This bill would bail out the USPS ...

Congressman Steve Pearce Sharpens Call for Renegade Logging

Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) sharpened his support today for Otero County’s plan to log national forest lands without U.S. Forest Service approval. Pearce has applauded the plan and vowed to fell the first tree on Sept. 17 on the Lincoln National Forest. The congressman’s press secretary, Jamie Dickerman, today issued a statement in the Summit Voice trying to explain why he thinks Otero County can log national forests without approval from the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies. “Congressman Pearce’s imagination knows no bounds when it comes to asserting ...

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Washington, DC (June 29, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce today released the following statement after the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3003, No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, and H.R. 3004, Kate’s Law, to combat sanctuary cities and enhance public safety. H.R. 3003 will work to prevent sanctuary cities by withholding certain federal grants from cities that refuse to comply with our nation’s immigration laws.  “We in New Mexico know firsthand the challenges that come with a broken and outdated immigration system. However, failures and flaws intertwined in our system are no excuse for cities to willfully ignore the laws of this nation. All levels of government should be responsible to follow and enforce the laws of our nation. It is the responsibility of Congress to work with the Administration to do all we can to secure our border, reform immigration policies to ensure easy, fair, and timely visas can be obtained, and provide respect and certainty to every individual living
Washington, D.C. (July 12, 2017) The U.S. House of Representatives today passed H.R. 23, the Gaining Responsibility on Water (Grow) Act, with an amendment sponsored by Congressman Steve Pearce. This provision ensures that current and future tribal water rights are protected under the bill. “Water is a vital resource in New Mexico and is essential for economic growth to occur. Tribes in my district and across New Mexico have historically relied on the use of water for agricultural production and other uses that are essential to their economies and livelihoods. Without the sufficient protection of their water rights, the government could potentially attack their liberties. I appreciate Representative Torres' willingness to offer this amendment with me to strengthen this bill for tribal communities around the country.” Click on the image below to watch Rep. Pearce’s full floor speech or click here. The GROW Act includes important policy reforms that deal with the manag
Washington, DC (June 30, 2017) The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources yesterday held a hearing to determine how the permitting process for energy production on federal land can be made more efficient. “Funds from the production of oil and gas make up roughly one third of New Mexico general fund revenues. With a greater focus on unleashing our nation’s energy production abilities, New Mexico has the opportunity to become a stronger leader nationally and globally. To do this, however, we must unwind the burdensome regulations that have piled on the natural resources production industry over the years, and clear the backlog of permit applications that take roughly 300 days to complete in New Mexico. We look over into Texas and see the oil rigs running, producing revenues for their economies, but also good-paying jobs for people who need them most – New Mexico can benefit from this production just as much as Texas. By cutting inefficiencies, we can s
Washington, DC (July 14, 2017) Congressman Steve Pearce released the following statement after the House of Representatives passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2018: “Each year, I examine every aspect of the NDAA to ensure it supports the critical missions taking place at our bases in New Mexico and provides the vital protections our service members need when fighting for our freedom. Equal in importance, the NDAA has the responsibility to support and assist military families. The legislation we passed toady not only accomplishes these goals, but also takes needed steps to reform and modernize the way our military operates so it can be ready to take on the threats of tomorrow. Over the last decade, our nation’s military has not been given the support it needs. Troop levels dwindled to vulnerable levels, equipment deteriorated, and training resources became more scarce. This is unacceptable and it is Congress’s responsibility to do everything possi

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